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Is this the fibre optic connection for the PCM2.1?


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Hi. I have never used a forum before, although have followed them. I'm hoping that somebody will be able to help. I have had a 2005 Cayenne S for nearly a year now and apart from having to have the coolant pipe upgrade done (£1008), I have been very pleased. I did originally look at having an ipod/iphone kit installed, but was pretty shocked at the quotes I was given, so decided against. However, I've just noticed some wiring next to the CD multi changer in the right hand rear cubby hole (boot/trunk). Does anyone know what they are? As you can see, I have a female plug, with a smaller plug running off it and what I think 'might' be a fibre optic?post-85248-0-06873400-1373631747_thumb.j I am hoping that I might have 'some' of the kit already installed. Any advice would be much appreciated. I have a PCM 2.1 fitted, along with a multi changer and all works fine. Many thanks. Stu

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Does not appear to be. The MOST system with Fiber optics will be two (usually orange) plastic looking tubes into a black fitting...One send light signal out and the other has light coming in...Not sure what you are holding?

Hope that helps?

DC

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That sounds along the right lines. Thing is, we've a built in phone (the dash has a slot for a SIM card), so not sure why you'd have the extra one wired in. I must say though, I've got to agree that it does look like a phone antenna connection. Thanks to all comments so far. Stu

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